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A total volume of 12.36 million shares was traded, above their three months average volume of 1.84 million shares.
A total volume of 3.51 million shares was traded, which was above their three months average volume of 3.04 million shares.
These companies are part of the Services sector and belong to the CATV Systems industry, which provides cable services, on-demand services, and other media services.
You can access our complimentary research reports on these stocks now at:http://stock-callers.com/registrationNetflixOn Thursday, shares in California headquartered Netflix Inc. recorded a trading volume of 6.03 million shares.
Additionally, shares of Charter Communications, which through its subsidiaries, provides cable services in the US, have an RSI of 82.38.
Univision Warns of Possible Charter Communications Blackout in New York, LA
Univision maintains that the merger required Charter to renegotiate its retransmission consent agreement to carry Univision’s stations.
Univision maintains that Charter is in breach of its pre-merger contract because the company has shifted to paying Univision under the more favorable Time Warner Cable terms across the board.
Time Warner Cable was a much bigger provider than Charter, so it was able to secure more advantageous terms for retransmission consent with Univision.
Charter, meanwhile, maintains that it has a long-term contract to carry Univision’s stations.
“We have a contract with Univision and expect them to honor it,” Charter said in a statement.
Charter Communications Joins BTNC-FAMU Collaboration to Establish First Black News Network
*TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida A&M University (FAMU), the state’s only public historically Black university, has moved another step closer to serving as the headquarters for the nation’s only African-American news network.
On Feb. 24, 2017, FAMU, BTNC, and Charter will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on FAMU’s campus to announce the African-American news network’s official launch date.
According to a study by the Florida State University Center for Economic Forecasting and Analysis, the network will serve as an economic powerhouse for the North Florida region.
The Black Television News Channel (BTNC) announced yesterday that it signed a multi-year agreement with Charter Communications to premiere the news network in 14 of the digital cable television service’s top African American markets in the United States.
FAMU students will benefit from multiple courses of study in network broadcasting, digital media, virtual reality, and operations.